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i HOLLENBECKJUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Vol. XXXVI Febuary 30, 1953 No. 9
W0'l4'Rm'Wl scientists Siren Moves Into New Quartersg
Meet At llollenbeck
tant event which will influence the
entire world took place. It was the
long-awaited Science Convention
attended by the foremost scien-
tists of today. These brilliant men
and women have brought forth
the results of ten years' hard labor
for the benefit of humanity.
A group of six prominent doc-
tors: William Schlemer, Murray
Goldberg, Librado Gonzales, Rich-
ard Krinsky, Betty Menke, and Ru-
dolfo Abeyta, have produced a
serum for the prevention of hair-
raising during terrifying moments.
Chemist William Figueroa, and
Shirley Rubin, laboratory techni-
cian, will manufacture their Super
Crystals to take the place of rain-'
bows in rainless countries.
Selma Katell, famed pediatri-
cian fbaby doctor to youl, has
perfected a way of reducing stork
expenses by an effective means of
The greatest pathologist of our
time, Marie Otero, has found a
new method for white corpuscles
to combat disease germs. Her
secret is that she fits a pair of
boxing gloves to each corpuscle
and lets them battle it out for
The brilliant young psycholo-
gist, Sylvia Schrogin, has made
the greatest discovery ffor herl
since the beginning of time, she
has finally found out what is
wrong with her brain. She is
On February 30, l952, an impor-
Over Times Building
Because of its mounting circulation the SIREN has been forced
repeatedly to move into larger quarters, and now its business manager,
Mary Agamalian, announces that arrangements have been completed
for it to purchase the Times Building at 202 West First Street.
Long ago the SIREN, under the able editing of Miss Eugenia Chor-
ney, became a daily newsparper. The Times, long-time rival of the
SIREN, has at last surrendered and gone out of business.
Miss' Beatrice Sperling will become city editor in the new set-up.
Crowds Tluong Huge
Reinhard Stadium For
Thousands thronged the new
Reinhard Coliseum at Hollenbeck
to witness the events of the open-
ing day of the Glympic Games,
the first held in Los Angeles since
the Second World War.
Many records were broken.
Here are some of the results so
far. The high jump record was
broken by Leo Bochner with a
leap of 10' l5". In second.place
came Meregildo Para with a juinp
of 5' 13"
On the track, Richard Krinsky,
the speed demon of Hollenbeck,
broke the hundred yard dash with
a colossal run of six seconds, very
flat. In second place came Ray
Santos only one second behind
our speed demon. Third place
was taken by Adolph Schoenen.
In the events ot the day,- others to
place were Marvin Gurian, David
Goldstein, Marvin Greenstein, and
Popular columnist Rebecca
Schneider will be featured daily
on the society page,
Sports lovers will be glad to
hear that Leo Varon, Well-known
sports writer, will cover all ma-
jor sport events for the coming
One of the nation's brilliant
news commentators, Marvin Zeid-
ler, will express his opinions on
current events in his column,
"Views of the News."
The best seller, "How to Influ-
ence Teachers and Win Good Re-
port Cards," by Frances Marks,
famous long story writer, will be
featured by the Book of the Half-
Hour Club, in its complete, origi-
nal, uncensored form.
Harold Adler, at present over-
seas corrrespondent of the Times,
will be home for a brief vacation,
after which he will return to Lon-
don for the SIREN, to be able to
give up to the minute news on for-
Adolph Schoenen will be in
charge of all the giant presses and
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SCRAP METAL DRIVE
Carrying it. bringing it on
roller skates, pulling it in little
wagons. using father's car. or
sending our custodian. Mr. Sil-
ver. for it with his truck. Hol-
lenbeck students. under the
direction 61 Mr. Buck. brought
in nearly 40.000 pounds of
scrap iron-seven large truck
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Robert Pene, 31.50 ask for Isabel
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kd 201 Rudy Montano Drive we A+- tftlgg
Presents K 9 3 ji'
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51 ! Vocalists
Edell O'Connell and Ignacious Eberle
HOUDINI BERMAN, assisted by Marvin 5
Kay, Lupe Aguilar, In the disappearing act.
Lillianne and Meregildo
Dinner by chef Phone Romero 1111
101 Lonewolf Drive Call Goldberg 7771
Ask for Mortimer
Tall, dark and handsome escort, take you any-
where you can afford. Edwin Sims
Tall, blond, 25. Good time guaranteed
Ask for Jack Rahmar.
Latin Don Juan. Connoisseur of rhumba.
Short, blonde fast talker. Knows every head-
waiter in town. Jack Brody
A C ration card, girls. You supply the money.
Good tires, no blowout guaranteed.
Young gentlemen. Very concientious. Knows all
Lonely Hearts Bureau
A girl over 21, lonely and heart broken wishes
to make the acquaintance of a quiet sophistica-
ted, middle aged gentleman, the John C Barry-
more'3 Felix type preferred, who has had an
unhappy and dramatic life?
Call D.C. 4314
Tall, handsome, romanticxtype playboy wants
to get married to a capable, brawny girl who
can cook, sew, and has C gas ration card.
Call Leo Varon as soon as possible.
Strong, sufficient bodyguard for playboy
Fred Kobzoff. Good pay. Weak 8812, ask for
Matter of life and death, priceless pink comb
lost. Please return immediately. I am complete-
ly helpless without it. Helen Granz, Box 1
Professor Leo Breiman, head of Hollenbekian
Institute for the cure of Amnesia victims, has
forgotten his home address. Help i urgently
Girls: Do you want to reduce? Do you want
to havea figure like that beautiful, glamorous
actress, Claire Nell Kamoa? If so, drop in to see
Lowell Chudekoff, great beauty expert and in-
ventor ofthe fatfdrgpgnns' reduceing machine-
SALON DE MME. GLORIA VASQUEZ
141 West Academic Way
Features the Ultra Uppercut by Rachel
Also Shampoos. . . . .
Mary Louise Ibanez A
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